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South African Police who murdered Nigerian jailed for 30 years

A South African police constable, Austin Luciano Reynold, who was found guilty of the murder of a Nigerian, Ebuka Okoli, has been sentenced to...

xenophobic attacks: Burna Boy speaks on visit to South Africa

Burna Boy has broken silence On his planned visit to South Africa for a concert despite his earlier comment that he would stop travelling to the country.

Xenophobic attacks: Burna Boy to donate concert proceeds to victims

Afrofusion star, Burna Boy has confirmed his musical performance in South Africa, stating that a part of the proceeds will be donated to victims...

What’s happening to Nigerian football? – Fans question U23 AFCON performance

A 1-0 defeat to Ivory Coast in their opening, Group B game at the Africa U23 Cup of Nations has prompted Nigerians to question the state of football in the country.

‘I sacrificed him’ – South African man brutally stabs his 3-year-old...

A man identified as Thabang Ngobeni, 25, stabbed his 3-year-old son to death in a veld near the Bremer Street informal settlement in South...

Xenophobia: Again, Nigerian killed, two others wounded in South Africa

A Nigerian has been killed and two others injured in South Africa, just a few days after people from the West African country were...

3 Nigerians injured in South Africa in renewed xenophobic violence

A new wave of xenophobic violence rocking South Africa has left 3 Nigerians injured and seeking refuge at a police station. 

Emotional Meghan Markle admits she’s ‘not OK’ as ‘vulnerable’ mum

An emotional Meghan Markle appeared to hold back tears as she admitted she's "not OK" in an interview about the pressures of her new role as a royal mum.

Facebook to start fact-checking posts from Nigeria, nine other countries

Facebook has expressed readiness to not only fact-check posts and photographs uploaded on its platform from Nigeria and nine other sub-Saharan African countries...

South Africa returnee arrested for robbing dealer of three laptops

Operatives of the Rapid Respond Squad of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested two suspects, Victor Remi and Ekeh Maxwell, for allegedly dispossessing a computer dealer of three Apple laptops worth N1.5m.

Air Peace boss speaks on why he airlifted Nigerians from South...

The Chairman of Air Peace, Allen Onyema, has urged Nigerian youths to explore the opportunities in the country, saying selfless service could open doors of prosperity.

Video: When in a foreign country respect their laws” President Buhari...

President Muhammadu Buhari has charged Nigerians in other countries to ensure they respect the laws of the land in their host countries....

Buhari urges tolerance, obedience to local laws while speaking in South...

President Muhammadu Buhari Thursday in Pretoria, South Africa, called for more tolerance, vigilance and heightened security in countries to ensure the safety of citizens...

Get ready to go back – Obasanjo advises Nigerians evacuated from...

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has advised Nigerians evacuated from South Africa following the xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals in the Rainbow...

Sometimes I’m so worried about all the problems in the world...

Prince Harry has revealed he sometimes can’t get out of bed in the mornings because he’s so worried about all the problems in the world.

Xenophobia: Six Nigerian students cancel trip for robotics competition in South...

Six Nigerian students who will represent the country at the Africa Robotics Challenge (ARC) in South Africa on September 28 have cancelled their trip...

Lagos State governor, sanwo-olu gives N20K each to 315 returnees from...

Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Wednesday, September 18th gave N20,000 to each of the second batch of 315 Nigerians evacuated from South Africa.  

Xenophobic Attacks: South Africa sends envoy to Nigeria for peace talks

South African government has made plans to reach out to Nigeria and other countries mostly affected by xenophobic attacks in its territory. It was learnt...

Xenophobic attacks: Nigeria acted too late – Archbishop Adeleye

The Archbishop of the Niger Delta Province, Anglican Communion, His Grace, Tunde Adeleye, said Nigeria failed to act decisively and faster when attacks on Nigerians began in South Africa.

Xenophobic attacks: The first 320 Nigerians expected to be evacuated from...

The Federal government will today September 11th, evacuate the first batch of Nigerian returnees from South Africa.